Feedback on the project in Ivory Coast AP4-2

By 5 July 2014Non classé

Feedback of the project "Agricultural training"

250000
of total budget
10
of the project is financed by SEED Foundation
36
months of action
Project

Agricultural training

Location

Ivory Coast – Assinzé

Duration

July 2011 – June 2014

Partners

Institut Européen de Coopération et de Développement (IECD) and the PEFACI (Plateforme des Ecoles Familiales Agricoles de Cote d’Ivoire)

The aim of the project was to strengthen the Ivorian agricultural capacity through professional training delivered by the Family Farm Schools (FFS), particularly the FFS of Assinzé.

These trainings provide young people with formal education, preparing them for a farming business and it enables to improve their local integration. The project also aims at strengthening the know-how of already operating producers and at initiating a multiplier effect for the entire local population. Upon completion, the project had many positive outcomes:

Providing new opportunities to out-of-school youngsters

From July 2011 to June 2014, the project has helped reintegrating and train 382 students in the Family Farm Schools of which 31% were girls, and requests keep coming! The Family Farm Schools of Assinzé welcomes on average 27 students per class every year.

Strengthening the network of schools

In the course of the project, a new pedagogic training program was set up with teachers participating in 11 educational seminars with 260 training textbooks issued.

Disseminate new techniques learned at school

It is noted that the techniques learned are used by other family members once the productions results have been proven. The 6 courses for adults were organized in groups of 27 people each.
It is estimated that this project has indirectly benefited about 540 people just for the village of Assinzé.

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